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Playing the tax theremin: private groups and demerger and scrip for scrip tax relief presentation

Published on 17 Mar 07 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

This presentation covers:

  • when should a private company be concerned about section 45B?
  • rulings experiences with demergers and scrip for scrip transactions
  • what are some of the traps and issues that bite when participant in demergers and scrip-for-scrip arrangements?
  • anti-avoidance issues with using multiple roll-overs and exemptions together.

Author profile

Paul Sokolowski CTA
Photo of author, Paul SOKOLOWSKI Paul Sokolowski, CTA, is a partner at Arnold Bloch Leibler, and is the national leader of the firm’s taxation practice. Paul advises clients, including high-net-worth individuals, large private groups and public entities in tax reviews, audits, disputes and litigation, and in domestic and international transactions. Paul is a regular speaker and writer for the Tax Institute, and other organisations and publications. He actively contributes to tax policy, legislative, technical and administrative development and debate. In March 2019, Paul won The Tax Institute’s 2019 Chartered Tax Advisor of the Year Award. - Current at 16 December 2020
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This was presented at 22nd National Convention: Tackling Tax .

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